I met Mitch 20+ years ago, although my late husband’s family new him much longer. As I reminisce with the my family about Mitch, we all say the same thing...he was one of the kindest, most thoughtful, knowledgeable and ethical men you’ll ever meet. He always took the time to ask how your day was going or answer a question in a way that never made you feel silly for asking. When I saw him with Katy and Gerry not only did I see the love for them in his eyes but I saw the respect that he had for two people that were making him proud. We’ll miss you Mitch.
P.S. - I just know Jim’s happy to see you
I came to know Mitch almost 30 years ago when my brother Gerry started working with him. Every time I saw Mitch, whether at the garage or a family gathering, I always felt welcomed as family. He was a kind and generous man, yet he stood his ground. Mitch, thank you for your service; Thank you for your wonderful family; and, Thank you for being a friend. You are loved and will be missed by many. You left much too soon. Rest peacefully in God’s graces.
We were very lucky to know such a kind, sweet man. We always enjoyed the conversations we had, and it was always a joy to be around him. There will be a special place in our hearts for him, he will be missed.
Grandad I love you and miss you dearly. Thank you for sharing your love and life lessons with me. Thank you for being a family man and for caring about all of us. I am so thankful for that time we had together and will cherish our memories for the rest of my life. It is hard to believe you are gone and it hurts. With love, your granddaughter and friend Lexie.
We love you El Papo! We will miss you. You were a great man and Inspiration to all of us.